Biohydrogen production from solid phase-microbial fuel cell spent substrate: A preliminary study

Volume: 227, Pages: 506 - 511
Published: Aug 1, 2019
Abstract
Bio-based waste management processes, as anaerobic digestion, couple waste treatment with energy production using natural processes based on microbial metabolism. Microbial fuel cells (MFCs) combine the production of electric power to the lowering the load of waste organic and mineral nutrients. In this study, the coordinated utilization of MFCs with anaerobic digestion in a two-steps process has been investigated. A single chamber, air cathode,...
Paper Details
Title
Biohydrogen production from solid phase-microbial fuel cell spent substrate: A preliminary study
Published Date
Aug 1, 2019
Volume
227
Pages
506 - 511
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